Open Court (2004)

Jorge J. E. Gracia
State University of New York, Buffalo
Few--including director Mel Gibson--were prepared for the firestorm of controversy that followed the release of the long-awaited "The Passion of the Christ." This timely collection of essays explores the film's questions in-depth and expands on its themes.
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